Skipper Jim Coulson, USN.


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Commander Jim Coulson, USN. Leader Maritime ROTC Unit College of Minnesota. Plan. Discuss 3 branches of knowledge Changing nature of fighting The NROTC program Initiative. New World Request. More than 3000 Americans and partners passed on Sept 11 th 2001 184 in the Pentagon
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Skipper Jim Coulson, USN Commanding Officer Naval ROTC Unit University of Minnesota

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Agenda Talk around 3 branches of knowledge Changing nature of fighting The NROTC program Leadership

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New World Order More than 3000 Americans and partners passed on Sept 11 th 2001 184 in the Pentagon Approximately 2000 youngsters lost a guardian + 25,000 got away from the Twin Towers region

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Threat Moving from state versus state to state versus transnational terrorist Technology exchange making it hard to track cells (chem, bio, computerized) States still implicitly supporting fear cells, yet figuring out it is a double edge sword

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Protect US country and our bases abroad Project and manage force Deny foes haven Protect data frameworks from assault Use system fighting to better empower joint strengths Maintain unhindered access to space and shield our space abilities from assault Defense Strategy

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Your Navy Today OIF-Naval airplane flew more than 7000 forays, putting 6000 weapons on target NAVY-380,000 faculty, 315 boats, 4000 a/c Going down to around 309,000, 298 boats by 2009

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The University Big 10 school, 50,000 full time understudies #11 in Research Most designing projects in main 15 in US…Chem Engineering is positioned #1

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NROTC at the U 1939…Unit built up 1992 Unit slated for conclusion (120 understudies) 1995 Closure turned around (1 educator, 6 understudies) Today…Staff of 9, 6 Instructors, 80 Midshipmen & Navy/Marine Officer Candidates Cross town concurrences with St Thomas and Macalester (25% are “Tommies”)

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NROTC NROTC doled out to Office of Provost -Dr Craig Swan, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Oversight through Senate Committee on Educational approach, ROTC subcommittee

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CO, Aviator XO, CDR Aviator MOI Marine Captain 3/c Submariner LT 4/c Aviator LT AMOI (Gunnery Sgt) GS 6 Midshipman Records CO’s Secretary (U Employee) Supply SKC Stash Ensign Staff

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NROTC Average SAT 1288 -Math 653 -Verbal 653 78% Athletes 70% Top 10% class 57% HS Awards 66% Honor Society University Average 1205 -600 -593 30 % Our Unit versus U of MN Avg

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Ethnically Diverse Greater imperviousness to arrangements Digital gap conceivable Diversity may bring about some contending loyalties (Religion, Partisanship) Lines in the middle of Officer and Enlisted obscuring -Enlisted Tech master -Officer business of methodology More utilization of contractual workers/regular folks Work power is maturing Officer in 2030

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Enlisted/Officer partition vanishes Start as enrolled in a few fields Some fields have just senior officers (Advanced science, R&D) Shaping the power troublesome We continue adding things to profession way, yet not smoothing obligation/entryways Adding “technospeak” and keeping the warrior’s edge paramount…ethos, duty Future ideas

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Manning and educational cost patterns **The diagrams portrays little change of NROTC unit staffing while understudy numbers vary, and educational cost costs consistently increment.

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Cost per Commissionee

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Why the Navy and Marines following 229 years? 75% of world’s populace and framework inside 300 miles of the littorals Allies changing…world economy changing face of the term “ally” Ground based aviation based armed forces not ready to dispatch amid Iraqi Freedom Navy ships = Sovereign US Territory

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The 1990’s…decade of progress Navy sent at 4x the Cold War rate: 6 Carrier Battle Groups occupied with Desert Storm 1991 Start of 77,000 fights upholding Iraqi “No-Fly” Zone…54 emergency reactions between ’92-’99

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389,000 most minimal since 1939 4000 flying machine , normal age 16.2 yrs altered wing/26 years helicopters 315 boats 12 CV’s/CVN’s EA-6B sole sticking stage down to 72 airplane from 102 P3/EP-3 airframe maturing Tough Financial environment because of recapitalization exertion The Navy today

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Naval system Moving far from “blue water” procedure and into the littoral’s Surge arrangement to keep strengths forward, surge bearers, “Sea Swap” moving teams not ships Second CV (N) forward conveyed in the Pacific Remain the country’s 911 power

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Going to 309,000 staff by 2009 F14, S3 resigned by 2006 EA-6B in 2012 F18 E/F (& F18G in 2009) supplanting every transporter airframe aside from E-2/C2 and helicopters Boeing building Multi-mission a/c due in 2012 Weaponry more extravagant Personnel expenses are biggest controllable cost in Navy spending plan Ship/air ship acquisition “holiday” in 1990’s Delay to CVN (x) because of expense Future Navy

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Events prompting war against Muslim fanaticism Parallels to WWII -Rising Threat like Japan/Germany (Al Qaeda, Iraq, Muslim radicals) -Probing assaults like assaults on US gunboats in China (Embassies, USS Cole) -World concentrated on economy, not world events…calls for nonintervention then and now! - Unprovoked Attack (like Pearl Harbor) on the Twin Towers

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Al Qaeda…a non-state performing artist Means “The Base” -US and Saudi subsidizing in the 1980’s to battle Soviets in Afghanistan -1990’s Sudan -1996 moved to Afghanistan to set up fear preparing camps with Taleban Operating in 40-50 nations

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1998 Kenya, Tanzania Embassy bombings 2000 USS Cole assaulted in Yemen 2001 Suicide assaults in NYC and Washington DC 2002 Attack on Israelis in Mombasa, Kenya 2002 & 2003 bombings in Indonesia, Bali, Philippines 2003 & 2004 Simultaneous bomb assaults in Saudi Arabia Al-Queda (Continued)

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The Arab Muslim Connection Ayman al-Zawahri, Egyptian radical wing called Islamic Jihad now the pioneer of Al Qaeda… Bin Laden most likely in W. Pakistan Abu Musab al-Zarqawi Jordanian pioneer of Iraqi assaults Links to Chechnia in Russia, Abu Sayyaf in Philippines, Armed Islamic gathering in Algeria, Islamic development in Uzbekistan Radical Muslim theory - can\'t exist together with different religions

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Why battle by any means? USS Cole 17 Dead

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9/11 ~ 3400 residents of the world Chance to set up Muslim majority rule governments in Iraq, Afghanistan, Indonesia Perhaps take off more extensive clash with nations like Syria, Iran, Pakistan

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Ample priority Tripoli (1801 Barbary Pirates) Philippine insurgence (Moros 1899-1913) Achille Lauro Hijacker power down (Abbu Abbas) 1985

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Winning the war… Technology making littler “non-state” performers like Al-Qaeda more autonomous World let the terrorist preparing camps work/train unopposed for ~10 years…cleaning up isn’t easy…this is a war like tidying up Nazis without world association

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Winning the war First a conclusion to the terrorist camps in Afghanistan, and seclude them in world community…done Working on a stable Iraq. Like post-war Japan/Germany, yet with CNN! Offering verification that there is trust in free and equitable society...”kid with the confection bar”

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Winning the War Material rewards…reestablish the white collar class in Iraq and Afghanistan Covert operations, mental operations (win the hearts and psyches), military help, more prominent global coordination May take years…can we bear the cost of not to?

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The Future ? Confirmation of extra issues -World concentrated on Iraq…Arab versus African struggle spreading…Sudan 50-100,000 dead because of Janjaweed Arab Muslim local armies on African

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Muslims-Evidence of Muslim fanaticism in Niger, Chad, Mali, Mautitania, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, perhaps Libya Can we stand to hold up once more? Imagine a scenario where they have atomic/biotechnology next time.

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Allies World economy reclassifying cooperations -Schisms existed before Iraqi attack because of EU rivalry. NATO associates utilizing this as a reason for financial addition Changing populace of Europe reclassifying their security posture…European more communist/liberal and more averse to depend upon US for world partnership

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Way ahead Al Qaeda neglected to finish its methodology of overall Muslim upheaval, interruption of US economy Dissent is normal…Revolution, Mexican war, Civil war, WW I, WW II & Vietnam all had substantial levels of verbal confrontation US needs to secure its outskirts, seek after a win-win system with Muslim governments, and assemble more open bolster (rational message) by demonstrating its triumphs bad habit disappointments

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Leadership The Boss… May/May not have lead before Isn’t a brain peruser Needs your assistance to tackle activities/volunteer Beware the dangerous pioneer!

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Leadership The Staff… Set the tone you need in your work place, don’t let the tone set you Lead by individual illustration Watch what you say…others do! Fraternization/Sexual Harassment…good route for an impromptu leave the work power

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Leadership Your Peers May not be as inspired Probably won’t get administration preparing May have distinctive guidelines than you

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Leadership Ethics - What may be legitimate

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